NGO pleas to companies to switch to paper
The Udalguri district chapter of Aranya Suraksha Samiti, Asom made a fervent appeal to all the plastic and polythene bags manufacturing companies to convert their manufacturing machines into paper and cloth bag producing machines for the betterment of our environment and this unique step would help the thousands of workers to remain glued in their professions without fears.
The press communique of the nature organisation issued on Saturday by its secretary, Rewati Raman Sapkota further informed that this suggestion of machine conversion was already sent to the Ministry of Industries and the Prime Minister ,Narendra Modi so that it could take steps instantly relieving the thousands of workers and industries from being jobless.
The Udalguri district chapter of Aranya Suraksha Samiti, Asom has also hailed Union government's decision to make India totally plastic free nation and appealed to the government to suggest the concerned plastic and polythene bags manufacturing industries to take up the conversion of their machines to manufacture eco friendly bio degradable paper and cloth bags.
19 Mar 2015 - 6:57pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The Peoples’ Coordination for Democratic Rights (PCDR),a united organisation of various communities announced names of seven more candidates for the April 8 BTC elections.
The list includes Buddhadev Mushahari from Debargaon, Rukendra Nath Brahm from Guma, Piyali Phukan Nath from Fakiragram, Sukamal Mollik from Turibari, Jogeswar Basumatary from Mothunguri, Dilip Barman from Nagrijuli and Mohd Usuf Ali from Mwidwibari constituency.
The organisation has so far declared 35 names for the 40 constituencies of the council. The final list for remaining five constituencies Dotma, Parbhatjhora, Nonwi Serfang, Pasnwi Serfang and Srirampur will be released shortly, said a senior leader of the oragnisation.
14 Aug 2016 - 10:15pm | AT News
Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma has made an appealed to all militant outfit organisations of the state to come forward for peace process by leaving arms struggle to meet healthy state.
In an Exclusive interview with this Correspondent today on the eve of 70th Independence Day celebration in Kokrajhar,Brahma said all armed organisation should come forward to the main stream and held peace and integration in the state.
‘No any issue and problems could be solved through arms fighting,peace only be possible through peace process for which why government has been eying to give good governance in the state’,Brahma said.
She has extending best wishes to all sections of the society on the eve of Independence Day said that may freedom day would be gained peace and unity among countrymen.BJP led alliance government has been stepping to give social integration as well developed state,Brahma added.
5 Mar 2016 - 7:17pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The NDFB(P) extended deep sorrow and shocked over the untimely and sudden dead of former Lok Sabha Speaker and Tura MP Purno Agitok Sangma on Friday in his New Delhi residence following caridiac arrest.
R Daokha, Assistant Secretary for Publicity of the NDFB(P) said that Sangma’s death was lost for the country,who had been contributed tremndous towards Indian politics.He has condoled and expressed deepest sorrow over his dead and prayed for his eternal peace in heaven.
Daokha also strongly condemned the HSLC answer sheet gutted in fire in Jorhat district and termed the incident as unfortunate for the citizens of Assam.He has demanded the involved with incident should be booked as soon as possible and punished.